Annalise and Rachel have done it again. Fresh bread!!!! Best homemade bread I have ever had and the house smells great!Read More
With the help of Rachel’s brilliant TVI (Teacher of the Visually Impaired), Rachel is starting to cook in school and bring home delicious treats to bake in our oven.
Our home smells amazing, I am getting fatter and Rachel has a huge self esteem boost! This is week 1: apple pie!Read More
Hello folks. I just wanted to officially announce on Rachel’s website that we won’t be holding the race this year. Between Rachel’s worsening condition and our family dynamic changing I just don’t have the energy or time to invest in the race this year. My number one priority in life is to make sure all 4 of my children are taken care of to my best ability.
I know lots of people are bummed about this but in my heart I know its the right thing to do.
- KatRead More
An oldie but a goodie, dear friend Geri Calos has organized a night of painting and is donating $5 from each registration to Batten Disease Research! Please consider signing up if you can, this is located at Sea Dog Brew Pub in Hull, Massachusetts! Click to register!Read More
Between the 428 registered runners and walkers plus all of the gracious volunteers and Aquarion Water who were passing out reusable and recyclable water bottles, we had over 450 people! About an hour after the race, costume contest and raffle was over it started to rain. I couldn’t be more thankful to Hurricane Sandy for holding out and not ruining Rachel’s special day.
We have over $22,000 in the bank that we are going to donate to research once the donations stop flowing in! Thank you so much to our WONDERFUL friends and family and the community of Hull, Massachusetts for supporting our second race. It was an incredible day!Read More